Our latest wetlands video is now available to watch! See what PDE has been up to in the world of tidal wetlands.
The migration or transgression of salt marshes upland and into the fringes of adjacent coastal forests is a natural process as sea levels rise.
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Ever wonder about the Delaware Estuary’s murky water? Watch this to learn more.
What is an estuary?
People often ask us this question.
An estuary is where the river meets the sea.
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As of April 7, 2020, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy announced the closure of all New Jersey county and state parks and forests until further notice in order to slow the spread of COVID-19.
For information about what’s open, what’s closed, and what’s cancelled, please click here for our COVID-19 page.
Good news for spring! The latest issue of Perennial Pages is now available. Take a look by going here.
In this issue, read how to tame stress through gardening. Find out about weeds. Plus, the lasted in space invaders and more!
Do you cook oysters at home?
Recycle your shells through PDE!
Oyster dinners at home are great. But what do you do with the shells when you’re done? You drop them off at George & Sons’ Seafood Market in Hockessin!
The winter issue of Estuary News is now available! Click here to access.Read More
About the Student Art Contests:
Each year, Partnership for the Delaware Estuary (PDE) unites with colleague organizations to host student art contests in Philadelphia and Wilmington. Through our Schuylkill Action Network, we also host an annual contest for schools located within the Schuylkill River Watershed — Berks, Chester, Montgomery, and Schuylkill counties.
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We received $543.45 to help us further our mission to lead science-based and collaborative efforts to improve the tidal Delaware River and Bay, with help from your generous votes.